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Archive for October, 2010

Delgado’s Golden Goal Sends Ancilla to Region 12 Semi’s

October 28, 2010
Delgado’s Golden Goal Sends Ancilla to Region 12 Semi’s

PERRYSBURG, OH – A golden goal by Luis Delgado in the 98th minute gave Ancilla College its first ever playoff victory in a 3-2 overtime thriller at Owens Community College on Wednesday. The sophomore midfielder finished Horraine Lewis’s layoff from 25 yards out, sending Ancilla (7-9-1) onto the Region 12 semifinals for a date...
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Special Prosecutor Determines NO ACTION Against Judith Stone

October 28, 2010
Special Prosecutor Determines NO ACTION Against Judith Stone

10/29/10 On Monday, October 25th Kosciusko County Prosecutor R. Steven Hearn wrote a letter to Marshall County Prosecutor David Holmes in regard to complaint filed by Ryan Ripley against Judith Stone and her position on the Marshall County Council. Holmes received the letter on Thursday and forwarded it on the appropriate people.   The letter...
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State Senator Bill Friend’s “Friend Report”

October 28, 2010
State Senator Bill Friend’s “Friend Report”

10/29/10 State Senator Bill Friend released his “Friend Report” on Thursday and said, “I have not written in a while because of so much dialogue in the media focusing on the upcoming election.  But, there are some things I do wish to convey to you, the reader.” He continued by saying, “This mid-term election...
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Parent/Teacher Night at LJH has a new Look with Student Showcase

October 28, 2010
Parent/Teacher Night at LJH has a new Look with Student Showcase

10/29/10 Parent –Teacher conferences at Lincoln Junior High on November 1 will be entirely different than the traditional format. Early this year, a grant made it possible for every student to have a laptop computer. During the “Students Showcase” on Monday night, students will be showcasing on laptops what they are doing in school....
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PHS Band Provides Community Show Friday Night

October 28, 2010
PHS Band Provides Community Show Friday Night

10/29/10 The Pride of Plymouth will be doing a Community Tribute and performing their award winning marching band performance at the Plymouth High School football stadium Friday night.  The performance is the final full dress rehearsal for Saturdays State Finals competition at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy.  The performance is at 8:30 PM Friday...
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SJRMC/Plymouth Celebrates a Century of Care with Exhibit at Marshall County Historical Museum; Donates $5,000

October 28, 2010
SJRMC/Plymouth Celebrates a Century of Care with Exhibit at Marshall County Historical Museum; Donates $5,000

10/29/10 In 1910, two physicians built a three-story facility at 310 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth, establishing a foundation for quality healthcare in Marshall County that would continue for the next 100 years. While the name and location of the community hospital has changed over the years, what remain are a dedication to...
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Trick-or-Treat Hours and Downtown Plymouth Event

October 28, 2010
Trick-or-Treat Hours and Downtown Plymouth Event

10/29/10 Halloween is this weekend and the City of Plymouth will celebrate in grand style on Saturday.   New this year is the Boo-Tacular Halloween Costume Contest begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Farmers’ Market area on Garro Street. The event is sponsored in part by the Plymouth Park Department and the Chamber of...
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INDOT Hiring Winter Plow Drivers, Mechanics

October 28, 2010
INDOT Hiring Winter Plow Drivers, Mechanics

10/29/10 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is hiring 114 on-call snow plow drivers and mechanics this winter to supplement its statewide army of 1,700 winter operations employees.  INDOT will be accepting applications through November 3. “Seasonal snow plow driver and mechanic positions provide an excellent opportunity to earn extra money while making Indiana’s...
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Argos Town Council Approves $1.2 Budget for 2011

October 28, 2010
Argos Town Council Approves $1.2 Budget for 2011

10/29/10 The Argos Town Council adopted the 2011 budget during their meeting last week.  With last minute cuts the budget was reduced to $1,290,403. “I want to thank you guys for regrouping and making additional cuts,” Council President George Null told the group attending the meeting. Eric Walsh, from Umbaugh & Associates, told the council...
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Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Series Examines ‘Who/What is God’

October 28, 2010
Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Series Examines ‘Who/What is God’

10/29/10 Sr. Carleen Wrasman, PHJC, was on hand as presenter for Ancilla College’s second Lampen Lecture Series of the academic year, examining the topic of “Who/What is God?” The lecture followed the previous one in September, which studied the two stories of creation in the Book of Genesis.  In this particular edition, the lecture...
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